Get involved with the charity that goes above and beyond to find families for children
When Christine Curiale, a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Consultant working in Southampton, New York, attended her first Kidsave event, Curiale didn’t know she was taking the first step to finding her daughter. One summer evening last year, Curiale was scrolling through her emails before bed and noticed an unexpected ... More
With jokes supplied by Amy Schumer, the benefit raised nearly $400,000
As one of Hollywood’s emerging philanthropic power couples, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen took on Alzheimer’s disease with the third annual Hilarity for Charity New York City Variety Show last night, wherein a coterie of comedy peers showed up to wow the crowd at New York’s Webster Hall.
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Why romantic relationships in the digital age are too informed for their own good
Last fall I met a european man while vacationing on a Mediterranean island, and we hit it off like gangbusters. He had long golden eyelashes and one of those smiles that engaged his entire face, and within a few hours of meeting we seemed to be reading each other’s thoughts. ... More
Patients are trekking halfway around the world to change their eye color
Joana Couto has always loved her grandmother’s green eyes. “Since I was a child, every time I’d visit her I’d just be mesmerized by them,” she says. “I wished I had her eyes.” And on November 15, the 32-year-old made her dream a reality when she flew to India to ... More
Our Editor-in-Chief gets inspired by the news of inheriting a family "tradition"
It can take a minute to determine whether you inherited the “baking gene,” unlike those for high cheekbones or a full head of hair. You need a little time to develop a more nurturing side to your personality—an appreciation ... More
From the Apple Store to the local bodega, no retailer is safe from an editor with a haggling habit
I am not a wealthy man. But I’m no penny-pincher, either. With an upbringing somewhere between “comfortable” and “cushy,” I really can’t recall an instance when I didn’t get what I wanted—including the American Girl doll, Molly, that I desperately coveted as an eight year-old boy. Like most Americans, I learned ... More
A debut novel examines the heartbreak of being in love with the ever-changing landscape of New York
You don’t find people who “like” New York. Its 305 square miles, packed with close to 9 million bodies, are the definition of polarizing. You either love it or you hate it. Those who choose the former often see ... More